Playing sports a challenge at Islamic schools
By appeared in the Arab American
Louis Cristillo, a professor at Teachers College at
He says the main issue is that Islamic schools, like many private religious schools, are strapped for cash, so developing the infrastructure, like gyms, is too costly right now.
Cristillo says he thinks administrators are trying to address the issue with the resources they have. For example,
Cristillo said, "I was in
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